Computing Books published by Bernard BabaniThe following is a list of Computing Books published by Bernard Babani in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.
There are 9 Computing Books published by Bernard Babani in our collection :
|Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher|
A Concise introduction to MS - DOS
"The aim of this book is to teach you to program the Amstrad PC1512 and PC1640 computers in Locomotive BASIC 2. It assumes no prior knowledge of computers or programming, and it is hoped it will show that BASIC programming is not nearly as difficult as it might appear at first sight, and can be both interesting and enjoyable."
Programming in Electron BASIC taken one step at a time.
Penfold, R.A. and Penfold, J.W. Computer Hobbyists Handbook (London: Bernard Babani, 1989)
The purpose of this book is to help you to realise more of the capabilities of your dot-matrix printer, by showing exactly how to achieve given effects in word processing, when printing listings and from your own programs.
This book is written for the BBC Computer and Acorn Electron, Amstrad, Sinclair Spectrum and QL, Commodore 64, Memotech, MSX and Enterprise machines as well as other business machines.
by Andrew Schulman Authors: Andrew Schulman, Ralf Brown, David Maxey
Creator: Raymond J. Michels
Publisher: Addison-Wesley (C)
Dimensions (in): 9 x 7.3 x 1.4
Dewey Decimal Number: 005.446
Small reference book covering history, architecture, addressing modes, instruction set, converting programs from the 6800, programming style, interrupt handling and available software.
The Art of Programming the ZX Spectrum is a book written by M. James. It covers such topics as low resolution graphics, random number generation, high resolution graphics, sound, moving graphics, peek and poke, a sense of time, strings and words, and advanced graphics.